• We recommend washing your indigo piece separately by hand or machine in cold, chlorine-free water. We do not recommend tumble dryers or professional dry cleaning. Find here our recipe for homemade detergent. If you machine wash your piece, always turn your indigo garment inside out, which will prevent the indigo from bleeding and protect the drum of your machine.
  • We recommend cleaning your indigo piece alone for two reasons. First, to avoid indigo running onto other pieces. But also, to avoid overloading your machine and thus avoiding wrinkles. Creasing can create lines on your garment that can be difficult to remove.
    Try to avoid cleaning stains and marks, as this can remove areas of color from your garment, especially for dark indigo.
  • Do not wring out your pieces, as this can crush the fiber. Gently roll up the garment and squeeze out the excess water. Flatten the garment and air dry or line dry. This will avoid, or at least reduce, the need to iron the garment, while maintaining its strength.
  • Iron at a maximum temperature of 110° C while the piece is still wet.  
    We advise you to put your indigo garment on a padded hanger, as wrinkles can be difficult to remove. 
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